Diploma in Computer Science (Industrial Computing) program is specially tailored for technical-oriented students who possess deep interests and high tendencies, for the benefits of industrial needs, to develop, enhance, and optimize computerized systems and applications; modeling and simulating manufacturing systems; designing and machining engineering products; and analyzing production solutions. Industrial computing is a hybrid skill set of computer science, manufacturing engineering, and operations management. Specifically, niche areas of industrial computing, not limited to, are industrial-based system/application analysis and development; numerical analysis; robot manipulator modeling, simulation, and programming; programmable logic controller programming; peripheral interface controller programming; machine/mechanism modeling, simulation, and analysis; manufacturing system modeling, simulation, and analysis; engineering product design and manufacturing; operations research, inventory control and material and resource requirement planning; scheduling; quality control; statistical analysis; forecasting; reliability and maintenance et cetera.
Diploma in Computer Science (Industrial Computing) aims at building human capitals who bear competent theoretical knowledge and analytical and technical skills to develop, enhance, and optimize computerized systems/applications, manufacturing systems, engineering products, and production solutions for the benefits of industrial needs and decision-making.
- Structure : Full-time and Part-time
- Credit Hour : 94
- Tuition Fees : RM17,265.00 (Local) , RM27,860.00 (International)
- Duration : 2 1/2 Years
- Location : Bestari Jaya Campus, UNISEL
IID 2173 Digital Logic Design
This course introduces fundamental concepts and methods of digital electronics. It covers topics on Boolean algebra, De Morgan Theorem, Karnaugh Map, logic gates, arithmetic circuits, flip-flops, counters, coder and decoder, shift register, A/D and D/A converters, introduction to microprocessor- based system and TTL and CMOS.
IAD 1233 Discrete Mathematics
Discrete mathematics is the mathematics of discrete objects and their binding relationships. This study of finite systems has become increasingly important as the computer has advanced since the second half of the last century. The digital computer is basically a finite structure and many of its properties can be understood and interpreted within the framework of finite mathematical systems. Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject area, this course provides students with an indispensable guide to computer science.
IID 1233 Operations Research
Since most of industries nowadays are becoming complex, competitive and dynamic, the decision- making process is becoming complicated as well. Making decision is of the essence but merely insufficient. What matters is to provide the best decision for the organization. In the field of operations research (OR), this is known as optimal solutions. With rapid technological developments especially computers, lots of methods for making decisions are in place. Decision makers are to apply methods that are objective, effective and efficient to achieve a huge success. OR is a scientific approach against decision-making process to determine the best method to design and manage a system that is subject to distributions of scarce resources. OR bears six characteristics: research on operation, scientific approach, practical organizational management, overall perspective, optimal solution and team-working approach. In conclusion, OR is concerned with a modeling of system from an actual situation and a finding of optimal decision. Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject area, this course provides students with an indispensable guide to OR.
IID 2233 Modeling and Simulation
The term simulation is normally used to describe the process of executing computer programs with user-selected parameters and input data so as to simulate a system under prescribed conditions. Computer simulation methods are amongst the most commonly approaches within operations management and manufacturing engineering. This course covers the art and science of simulation in general. This course also teaches the skills required to apply simulations successfully to help improving the running of a business. Modern simulation packages are valuable aids in designing a simulation model. Given a precisely defined model of a system, it is possible to produce computer programs that implement the model and allow the system to be simulated. Without a proper approach however, the results of a simulation project can be incorrect or misleading. This course looks at each of the tasks required in a simulation project. It emphasizes the practical application of simulation with a good understanding of how a simulation model works being an essential part of this.
IAD 2133 Object-oriented Programming
This course covers basic object-oriented programming concepts by applying objects and classes. The students shall learn how to write object-oriented codes. At the end of the syllabus, the students will explore how all the object-oriented programming concepts and language will help in developing real world applications.
IID 3163 Automation Systems
The contents of course embrace four main parts namely manufacturing systems, automation and control technologies, material handling technologies and manufacturing support systems. The manufacturing systems are systems functioning to execute one or more processing and assembly operations on raw materials and workparts. These processing and assembly operations are carried out by using automation technologies without human interventions. The automation technologies such as robot and programmable logic controller are implemented through the programs incorporated with the control systems to perform the instructions. The material handling technologies are material movement, storage, protection and control technologies encompassing manufacturing and distribution processes such as conveyor, automated storage and retrieval system, forklift and automated guided vehicle. The material handling must be done safely, efficiently, on cheaper cost, punctually, on correct quantity and location and free of failure. The final part is manufacturing support systems referring to computerized systems applied to manage the production and solve logistical and technical problems such as warehouse management system.
IAD 3113 Computer-Aided Design
Basic elements of CAD and relevance to current industrial practice. Computational geometry for design and 3-D geometry. Methods for curve and surface fitting. Input and output devices for computer graphics, passive as well as active. Representation of physical surfaces and computer aided drafting. Graphical programming languages. Development of interactive 3-D computer graphics. Models are presented in virtual reality environment.
IAD 2243 Visual Programming
This course covers basic programming concepts using objects and classes focusing in .NET framework. The students shall learn how to write program in VB.NET and develop an application using good and interactive user interface, splash form, and graphical image and also apply database technique in storing and retrieving data. At the end of syllabus, a small project shall be developed using the techniques taught for clear understanding.
IID 3153 Inventory Control and MRP
Holding cost is expensive and problems of inventory control are almost universal. Over the past decade, organizations have been trying to improve customer services while lowering stocks and increasing the speed of material flow through their supply chains. As stocks are almost universal, the basic question is, why do organizations hold stocks? The main answer is to allow for variations and uncertainties in supply and demand. They give a buffer between suppliers and customers maintaining customer services even when there are problems in the supply chain. Unfortunately, this safeguard comes at a high price and organizations are continually looking for ways of reducing their inventory costs without affecting services. In recent years, this search has led to many changes. Scientific inventory control is still at the core of inventory management but it has been enhanced by requirement planning and just-in-time with e-commerce giving a fast and efficient flow of material through an integrated supply chain.
IID 3133 Quality Control
This subject will provide students with a necessary knowledge and good understanding on the concepts of modern quality control techniques. In-depth coverage of quality costs, basic statistical tools, control charts, and process capability, with use of quality control software.
IID 2163 Computer Organization and Architecture
This course is to provide a thorough discussion of the fundamentals of computer organization and architecture. Its purpose is to present as clearly and completely as possible, the nature and characteristics of modern-day computer system. This course will discuss on the components of computer in terms of hardware and software. The topics relate are memory organization, CPU, storage, input/output devices, computer architecture, and low level programming such as machine language and assembly language.
IAD 2173 Web Development
This course covers Web programming concepts in .NET framework. The student will learn how to write web application program using ASP.NET and develop an application also the skills need to develop web applications at the professional level by using web component and also apply database technique in storing and retrieving data. At the end of syllabus, a small project shall be developed using the techniques taught for better understanding.
IAD 3314 Industrial Training
Industrial training refers to real-life experiences that are critical to professional career development prior to graduation. One of the requirements for the award of Diploma in Computer Science (Industrial Computing) is that students must complete at least 15 weeks for the industrial training. Students must perceive this training as an irreplaceable platform for prospective employments. In addition, many employers believe that this period is the best chance for them to hire and recruit fresh graduates. Hence, students are advised to allocate ample thoughts and considerable efforts to earn the most out of relevant and accurate areas for the industrial training.
- Pass SPM/SPMV and obtain AT LEAST three (3) credits in any courses INCLUSIVE of Mathematics [for SPM/SPMV leavers]; OR
- Pass STPM and obtain AT LEAST one (1) principal in any courses AND a credit in Mathematics of SPM [for STPM leavers]; OR
- Possess Computer/Technical/Vocational Certificate with MINIMUM CGPA 2.00 [for polytechnic/college leavers].
Graduates of Diploma in Computer Science (Industrial Computing) are competent, marketable, presentable, industrial-friendly, and have very bright career opportunities in government agencies and private sectors. The graduates are warmly welcomed by employers and are well-qualified to hold positions as:
- Control Assistant Engineer
- Process Assistant Engineer
- QC Assistant Engineer
- Maintenance Assistant Engineer
- Computer Assistant Engineer
- Robot Programmer
- PLC Programmer
- PIC Programmer
- CNC Machinist
- Engineering Product Designer
- System Analyst
- Business Analyst
- System Developer
- Assistant Researcher
Further Education Prospect
Graduates of Diploma in Computer Science (Industrial Computing) are credible and have broad opportunities to further study in any bachelor degree programs embracing computer science, information technology, industrial engineering, manufacturing engineering, industrial management, operations management, quantitative analysis / management science, mathematics or statistics.
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